Reviews and Problems with Acer Aspire Timeline 1810-series
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I have seen better but it works!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The acer aspire laptops are okay but i have seen a better laptop. i actually have one myself. i will tell you the things that go wrong with mine. i have had it for a little over a year. it does not stay charged for longer than 20 minutes and it also gets super hot and shuts off in a short period of time. i am not really complaining because i am actually really lucky to even have a computer let alone a laptop. It runs fine for me though and the connections are great.
Excerpt: I bought this computer as a step down from my last laptop. I had a dual core HP that went south due to a bad nvidia chip. This one looked great for what I use a laptop for (web browsing, email, office productivity). It does ok with web video but stutters on HD youtube video. Standard definition youtube plays fine. I had researched this purchase.
Acer Aspire It is wonderful, not much more I can say about it.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I love Acer Aspire laptop. This is a wonderful computer, you get quality, but not an expensive price. That along is very good. I have had this computer for about a year now and I still love it, It is easy to carry with me where ever I go and their customer service is wonderful, whenever there's a problem they will help to solve it and they usually solve it. Thanks Acer for a wonderful product.
Excerpt: Which does of course count for something some days, but when I’m out and about and lugging all my gear, the size and weight difference is considerable. The battery life is excellent and the build quality is terrific. The Acer Timeline 1810T is a great little laptop that you can’t pass up if you’re in the market for a super portable laptop that is powerful enough to get you through the day, yet not so heavy and large that your back will be aching come evening time.
Summary: Planning a couple of longish trips, I considered my options for mobile computing: my much-loved but heavy 9-cell ThinkPad T43? My wife's not-quite-so heavy MacBook? Plan on just using her Droid Eris? None were appealing, so what a great excuse to get a CULV notebook! After much research I decided on the basis of reviews and articles that the Acer Timeline 1810TZ was the best balance of weight, size, power, battery life, and price for our needs.
Summary: I returned a different netbook to get this one. It is much faster! Worth the extra money to get this notebook (but the size of a netbook). Also, the description says it comes with Vista but it actually comes with Windows 7. Yay!
Summary: A much better alternative to a Netbook. This is virtually the same weight, only slightly larger, but a lot more screen size, full-size keyboard, and much better speed. Spend the extra [$] and you won't regret this over a Netbook. I don't know anyone who remains happy with the wimpy power and short screen size of a Netbook. And the build-quality of this is wonderful! My only complaint is that the full-size keyboard's keys are a little shallow for typing.
Pros: Lightweight, Long Battery Life, Quality Display, Quiet
Summary: This is the best little notebook - and I reiterate notebook *not* netbook - for personal use. As a reformed power user, this machine has it all - a great, bright screen, video camera, amazing keyboard, fast startup/shutdown, and terrific portability.The one downside is that all of the software can overwhelm the machine and the track pad is a bit wonky.But for the price [$] you can't go wrong.